Back by popular demand, Sally Rye, will join us at Geneabirth on Thursday, June 25th at 10 am for a movement based workshop. We learned so much from Sally last month about what’s going on with our seperated ab muscles and “weak” pelvic floors. We’ve asked Sally to come back and lead a group in learning and performing exercise that will help you on your journey of understanding and healing your body after birth and having a healthy body throughout your entire lifecycle.
Move It 101: find your core & more
In this movement-based class, learn techniques & exercises to re-connect with your core & pelvic floor. Find your TVA muscle and your glutes, and perform a magic trick called “co-contraction.” We will learn how to sit, squat & how to walk! Wear your yoga pants & bring 2 towels.
About Sally: Sally Rye developed her expertise about abs, pelvic floors, diastasis recti, and umbilical hernias over the past decade, inspired by her own body’s experience in these areas. Sally loves to share her knowledge and finds entertaining ways to inform about this taboo topic, empowering women to pursue effective remedies. She recently closed her decade-old diastasis and lives in Minneapolis with her husband, three children, and nine backyard chickens.
When: Thursday, June 25th, 10 am-11:30. With tea, coffee and chatting from 11:30-12:30.
Where: geneabirth, 851 Dayton Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104 (upper level)
Who can come: Any and all women. You do not need to be a geneabirth client to attend.
What about the kids? That’s up to you. You may get the most out of this presentation if you don’t have to chase after your toddler. However, babies and kids are certainly welcome. Erin and Sarah will be on hand to be baby-holders and toddler-wranglers.
How to register: This workshop is free to geneabirth clients who are currently pregnant or still recieving postpartum care from Sarah and Erin. Just send an RSVP to Erin at email@example.com
For former clients and other community members the fee is $10. Please register via paypal using the button below.
Questions? Contact Erin at 612-508-0584 or leave a question in the comments sections or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org